All of Washington State and much of the nation will be watching the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 1. Many of us will be doing so with friends. Whether you are looking for snacks or a meal idea, I have some ideas for you. Continue reading
How many times a day do we, as moms, here the phrase, “I’m hungry.” Some days I feel like I spend all of my time in the kitchen. I don’t dare plan a day trip without thinking of snacks for the car. This is especially true during the kids’ growth spurts!
Snacks are one of the most challenging aspects of a whole food diet for me. It is easy to fix health food at home when there is plenty of time. It can be harder on rushed days or when there is no kitchen handy.
I have compiled a list of some of my go-to snack ideas. Continue reading
We are in the midst of holiday season, full of parties and potlucks. It can be hard to eat healthy with so many tasty snacks available. How do we stay on track (and avoid stomach aches)?
Tips for enjoying holiday parties without guilt:
- Eat something healthy before you go.
- Hydrate (with water)
- Enjoy favorites in moderation and without guilt. If you are going to eat it, enjoy it!
- Focus on the festivities instead of the food.
- Bring something you can (and want to) eat. It is much easier to pass up the candy when you have another option.
To help with the last option here are a few options that taste great and will leave you feeling ill or guilty.
In honor of Father’s Day I am posting one of my husband’s favorites – guacamole!
1 roma tomato, diced
1-2 green onions, diced
handful of cilantro, chopped
clove of garlic, smashed or finely diced
1-2 Tbl olive oil
1 Tbl lime juice (about half a lime)
salt and pepper to taste
- combine all but the avocados and mix thoroughly
- add avocado and mash
- enjoy on tacos or with vegetables (jicama and plantain chips are popular with my kids)